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Is there any plugin or sample code available to create catalog products from google feed xml file and show all errors if failed?

json – Google Ads dynamic feed data scheme syntax in Google Web Designer

Using Google Web Designr I am designing a dynamic Remarketing campaign for use with Google Ads. It is to be fed with product feed from an ecommerce platform. The feed is in XML format, consistent with Google XML sample feed.

Google’s sample XML feed looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<rss version="2.0"
xmlns:g="http://base.google.com/ns/1.0">
<channel>
<title>Nazwa pliku danych</title> <link>http://www.example.com</link> <description>Opis zawartości</description>
<item> <title>Czerwony sweter z wełny</title> <link> http://www.example.com/item1-info-page.html</link> <description>Wygodny i miękki sweter, który zapewni Ci ciepło w chłodne zimowe wieczory.</description>
<g:image_link>http://www.example.com/image1.jpg</g:image_link> <g:price>25</g:price> <g:condition>nowy</g:condition> <g:id>1a</g:id>
</item> </channel> </rss>

Yet, GWD uses JSON for sample data source to preview the design. After converting the xml to JSON i get this for the sample google feed:

{
  "rss" : {
    "@xmlns:g" : "http://base.google.com/ns/1.0",
    "@version" : "2.0",
    "channel" : {
      "title" : "Nazwa pliku danych",
      "link" : "http://www.example.com",
      "description" : "Opis zawartości",
      "item" : {
        "title" : "Czerwony sweter z wełny",
        "link" : " http://www.example.com/item1-info-page.html",
        "description" : "Wygodny i miękki sweter, który zapewni Ci ciepło w chłodne zimowe wieczory.",
        "g:image_link" : "http://www.example.com/image1.jpg",
        "g:price" : 25,
        "g:condition" : "nowy",
        "g:id" : "1a"
      }
    }
  }
}

…or this after converting my own feed to JSON:

{
  "rss" : {
    "@xmlns:g" : "http://base.google.com/ns/1.0",
    "@version" : "2.0",
    "channel" : {
      "title" : "Fitanu PL",
      "link" : null,
      "item" : ( {
        "g:id" : 5400552232129,
        "g:title" : "Męska kurtka RAINFOREST WINTER 1 BLACK N0YGNJ041 NAPAPIJRI",
        "g:link" : "https://fitanu.com/pl/meska-kurtka-rainforest-winter-1-black-n0ygnj041-napapijri-5400552232143",
        "g:description" : "Męska kurtka NAPAPIJRI RAINFOREST WINTER 1 – nieprzemijalne dziedzictwo przodków Oparta o tradycyjny krój ludów północy kurtka typu anorak sprawdza się szczególnie wtedy, gdy temperatura spada, a pogoda robi się kapryśna. O przyjemne ciepło dba lekka wyściółka z syntetycznego puchu. Użyte materiały są odporne na przemakanie, a strategicznie rozmieszczone otwory wentylacyjne zapewniają odpowiednią cyrkulację powietrza. Dopasowanie do sylwetki umożliwiają regulowany kaptur oraz ściągacze wewnątrz kurtki i w jej dolnym rąbku. Rozpinany do połowy piersi zamek ułatwia zakładanie przez głowę. Zapinana kieszeń na brzuchu z pewnością pomieści niezbędne drobiazgi.",
        "g:image_link" : "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87221.jpg",
        "g:additional_image_link" : ( "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87219.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87220.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87341.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87342.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87343.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87344.jpg" ),
        "g:google_product_category" : "Apparel &amp; Accessories > Clothing > Outerwear > Coats &amp; Jackets",
        "g:categoryid1" : "Mężczyzna",
        "g:categoryid2" : "Odzież",
        "g:categoryid3" : "Kurtki i płaszcze",
        "g:sale_price" : "479.99 PLN",
        "g:third_price" : 1,
        "g:club" : 0,
        "g:price" : "859.99 PLN",
        "g:discount" : "44%",
        "g:brand" : "Napapijri",
        "g:item_group_id" : "C5400552232143",
        "g:size" : "M",
        "g:condition" : "new",
        "g:availability" : "in stock",
        "g:gtin" : 5400552232129,
        "g:product_type" : "Kurtki i płaszcze"
      }, {
        "g:id" : 5400552232112,
        "g:title" : "Męska kurtka RAINFOREST WINTER 1 BLACK N0YGNJ041 NAPAPIJRI",
        "g:link" : "https://fitanu.com/pl/meska-kurtka-rainforest-winter-1-black-n0ygnj041-napapijri-5400552232143",
        "g:description" : "Męska kurtka NAPAPIJRI RAINFOREST WINTER 1 – nieprzemijalne dziedzictwo przodków Oparta o tradycyjny krój ludów północy kurtka typu anorak sprawdza się szczególnie wtedy, gdy temperatura spada, a pogoda robi się kapryśna. O przyjemne ciepło dba lekka wyściółka z syntetycznego puchu. Użyte materiały są odporne na przemakanie, a strategicznie rozmieszczone otwory wentylacyjne zapewniają odpowiednią cyrkulację powietrza. Dopasowanie do sylwetki umożliwiają regulowany kaptur oraz ściągacze wewnątrz kurtki i w jej dolnym rąbku. Rozpinany do połowy piersi zamek ułatwia zakładanie przez głowę. Zapinana kieszeń na brzuchu z pewnością pomieści niezbędne drobiazgi.",
        "g:image_link" : "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87221.jpg",
        "g:additional_image_link" : ( "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87219.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87220.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87341.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87342.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87343.jpg", "https://fitanu.com/media/catalog/product/t/m/tmp87344.jpg" ),
        "g:google_product_category" : "Apparel &amp; Accessories > Clothing > Outerwear > Coats &amp; Jackets",
        "g:categoryid1" : "Mężczyzna",
        "g:categoryid2" : "Odzież",
        "g:categoryid3" : "Kurtki i płaszcze",
        "g:sale_price" : "479.99 PLN",
        "g:third_price" : 1,
        "g:club" : 0,
        "g:price" : "859.99 PLN",
        "g:discount" : "44%",
        "g:brand" : "Napapijri",
        "g:item_group_id" : "C5400552232143",
        "g:size" : "L",
        "g:condition" : "new",
        "g:availability" : "in stock",
        "g:gtin" : 5400552232112,
        "g:product_type" : "Kurtki i płaszcze"
      } )
    }
  }
}

As You can see, it has consistent headers and minor differences in a few names. Some use the g: prefix, some don’t.

Now, back to Google web designer. In order to Bind an element of the design (Product image source, Product name text element and whatnot) I have to fill in a “Data scheme object” from the feed. Here’s an image of the dialog:

GWD Element Bindings

This way, using rss.channel.item.0.g:image_link I can get it to work locally using the JSON feed. The question is, will it work when uploading the design to Google Ads, where it will be fed with an XML feed? I understand, that google will probably make it’s own conversion of the XML to JSON, but I did’n find any specs of what is the proper syntax to use in GWD to get it to work with Google Ads.

[MMO] RSS Feed for Yandex.Turbo Pages | Nulled Scripts Download

The add-on allows you to send RSS feed for Yandex.Turbo technology
As a source of Turbo pages, you need to use a link of the form: yourdomain/yturbo-feed.xml
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Mobile app accessibilty: bottom sticky footer when there is a long scrolling feed

Hello @PartialObserver,

If it’s native, you should have totally nothing to care about if you are using. The tabbar is supposed to be announced like so to the screenreader while taping it or sliding the finger over it, and each items within the tabbar should be announced as a key entry to your navigation.

If you are building an app using React Native for instance, I found some documentation about it http://semantic-portal.net/react-native-guides-accessibility but that’s a technical aspect for implementation, not really a UX issue.

Best is to use what the OS give you because Android and iOS are quite good by default in term of accessibility. If you rebuild things via a framework, there is always a way to make it accessible, like :

  • Putting the menu (tabbar) before the main content so a linear screenreader (reading the source code and not reading what’s the user is taping) will read it before the long content.
  • Using semantic elements instead of neutral element.

I think that’s all for the main idea. Most of the rest is implementation that depends on your development context.

Hope I could help at some point.

plugins – Importing authenticated JSON feed as posts using WP All Import

I have been trying to adapt this piece of code to import an authenticated JSON feed with WP All Import.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to recognise the JSON. Is there anything wrong my code?

function custom_file_download( $url, $type = 'json' ) {

$headers = array(
    'Content-Type:application/json',
    'Authorization: Basic xxxxx:xxxxx'
 );

    // Set our default cURL options.
    $ch = curl_init();
    curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url );
    curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1 );
    curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_CUSTOMREQUEST, "GET" );
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, $headers);


    // Retrieve file from $url.
    $result = curl_exec( $ch );

    // Return error if cURL fails.
    if ( curl_errno( $ch ) ) {
        exit( 'Error:' . curl_error( $ch ) );
    }
    curl_close( $ch );

    // Identify the upload directory path.
    $uploads  = wp_upload_dir();

    // Generate full file path and set extension to $type.
    $filename = $uploads('basedir') . '/' . strtok( basename( $url ), "?" ) . '.' . $type;

    // If the file exists locally, mark it for deletion.
    if ( file_exists( $filename ) ) {
        @unlink( $filename );
    }

    // Save the new file retrieved from FTP.
    file_put_contents( $filename, $result );

    // Return the URL to the newly created file.
    return str_replace( $uploads('basedir'), $uploads('baseurl'), $filename );

}

Append unlimited value field with feed import

I develop a Drupal web app using D8.
I am using Feed import to import or update users. However, I would like the feed import module to update a user and add another value to a field that has unlimited values.
But the challenge I have is when I add the feeds import and select update option it overwrites the existing value of the unlimited value field instead of adding it up to it.

Scenario:
I have users, each month user make a contribution and I update the user details with the month contribution he made added to an unlimited value field called field_contribution.

python – What is the fastest way to send Camera feed from a client to a server?

I am making an image processing app and to do so, I need to stream the camera feed from a client to a server. It’s essential that the app will have low latency, therefore I wanted to know if I should avoid python altogether and what is the way to handle such traffic. Should I use raw sockets programming or a different method?

How to remove multiple size images from custom RSS Feed

I want to remove unnecessary size images link from my custom feed, only need 1st full resolution image.

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<img loading="lazy" class="size-full wp-image-23" src="https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800.jpg" alt="T Natarajan, Zaheer Khan" width="800" height="533" srcset="https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800.jpg 800w, https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800-300x200.jpg 300w, https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800-768x512.jpg 768w, https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800-720x480.jpg 720w, https://demo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/77643-800-480x320.jpg 480w" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" title="demo test">
<figcaption id="caption-attachment-23" class="wp-caption-text">demo text </figcaption></figure>

RSS Feed Reader for Magento 2

I want to show the last articles from my blog (wordpress) in my store (magento 2.3.5). I`m looking for a RSS Feed reader, but after googling I only find solutions for Magento 1. Anyone knows any solution form Magento 2?

Thank you in advance.